Steve Carell and Greg Daniels are teaming up for a new Netflix comedy show called Space Force:
The fictional workplace comedy will center on the people in charge of enacting the President’s non-fictional call for the Department of Defense and the Pentagon to establish a Space Force to join the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and Navy as the sixth branch of the armed forces, with the galactic goal of “American dominance in space.”
They’ve released a teaser trailer.
Michael Liedtke, writing at the Associated Press:
Netflix is raising its U.S. prices by 13 percent to 18 percent, its biggest increase since the company launched its video streaming service 12 years ago.
Its most popular plan will see the largest hike, to $13 per month from $11. That option offers high-definition streaming on up to two different internet-connected devices simultaneously. Even at the higher price, that plan is still a few dollars cheaper than HBO, whose streaming service charges $15 per month.
The trailer for Netflix’s Fyre Festival documentary has been released.
Chris Willman, writing at Variety:
For years, rumors have circulated among Bob Dylan fans that a documentary about his legendary, star-studded “Rolling Thunder Revue” tour of 1975-76 was in the works, and occasional whispers had a name attached: Martin Scorsese. Now, the cat can come officially out of the bag. Variety has exclusively learned that Netflix plans to release the movie in 2019, with the director’s name actually in the title: “Rolling Thunder Revue: A Bob Dylan Story by Martin Scorsese.”
Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá sat down with Collider about their upcoming Netflix show:
What I did for Steve Blackman (the showrunner) and the writers in that first writers room was to create an eighteen page document that laid everything out. Even of the graphic novels that haven’t come out yet. Which should equal eight when we’re all done. So I gave them the blueprint for what happens, because you do want to seed certain things in there for future series and the hope is that it’s a success so that you do a lot more of these.
Netflix has announced season two of The Punisher will be released on January 18th.
The trailer for Netflix’s upcoming Black Mirror: Bandersnatch film has been released.
Taylor Swift’s Reputation tour is coming to Netflix. A trailer has been released.
Killer Mike is getting a new show from Netflix called “Trigger Warning.” The trailer debuted today.
The trailer for Gerard Way’s The Umbrella Academy has been released.
The second season of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina will debut on April 5th.
Daredevil has been canceled by Netflix.
“Marvel’s Daredevil will not return for a fourth season on Netflix,” the streamer said in a statement tonight to Deadline. “We are tremendously proud of the show’s last and final season and although it’s painful for the fans, we feel it best to close this chapter on a high note.””We’re thankful to our partners at Marvel, showrunner Erik Oleson, the show’s writers, stellar crew and incredible cast including Charlie Cox as Daredevil himself, and we’re grateful to the fans who have supported the show over the years,” Netflix added just a month after the third season of the series launched on the service.
The Umbrella Academy will be released on Netflix on February 15th.
Season two of Netflix’s Making a Murderer will air on October 19th.
The trailer for Joel and Ethan Coen’s The Ballad of Buster Scruggs has been released.
American Vandal is returning on September 14th. The trailer for season two was just released.
Stranger Things have shared a teaser for season three. It looks like it could be coming next summer.
Netflix’s Queer Eye have been renewed for a third season.
On the heels of its four Emmy nominations for its inaugural season back, Netflix on Friday announced it has greenlighted an eight-episode third season. The latter is poised to bring production to Kansas City, Missouri, on Monday, with plans to debut sometime next year.
The day after a holiday, a holiday in the middle of the week no less, is always a little slow. So, I want to take this lull in the music news action to recommend the Hannah Gadsby Netflix special. It is called Nanette and it’s one of the most affecting things I’ve seen in years. I highly recommend it.
I found the part about art vs artist specifically interesting and poignant.